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Asset Report

Hi Gurus,

I have a problem where in, I was trying to pull all the information of asset balance related to a company code for date 09/30/2006 using report s_alr_87011964, while doing this I am receiving an error message stating that the date is not valid (with an error message # AU 116). I did find a OSS note in this regard and that note was already applied.

So, can any one help me in finding a report that can provide me the balances of assets per period.

Thanks

Nath

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 12:22 AM

    Dear Nath,

    In any asset accounting report, the report date has to be the last day of the fiscal year. Thus the date should be 12/31/2006 and not 09/30/2006. Try with 12/31/2006 and you would be able to run s_alr_87011964.

    Thanks and regards,

    Vishal.

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      Yes Vishal,

      I agree with you and did try running the same report for the end of the year 2006 and it returns with no data selected information.

      So, basically for 12/31/06 it gives me no output.

      Thanks

      Nath

  • Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 11:42 PM

    Hi nath,

    S_ALR_87011978 Asset Balances for Group Assets

    Hope this helps,

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  • Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 02:01 PM

    in my system report runs with 09/30/2006 !!!

    without error message AND output

    A.

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    Andreas Mann

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      Andreas,

      I am using version 4.6c and for this version we need to apply SAP note 634984 to to get rid of this error message, but in my case we did already apply this note and even after applying it, we are getting the same error.

      Thanks

      Nath

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